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People who avoid ads by installing pop-up blockers in the browser or switching channels on TV. A lot of advertisements are of no interest to their audience. Public media generally allow the More…

addy

Address; written geographic location =Give me your e-mail addy. Etymology : addy. Clipping of 'address' + y (English noun ending). Latin ad-, ad- + Vulgar Latin *drctire, to straighten More…

Addy

abbreviation of Adderall, focus enhancing amphetamine drug used to treat ADHD =Jim's roommate had to study all night so he took an Addy. Etymology : Clipping of adderall, the name More…

Adhocracy

Apparent meaning: describing an rather disorganized organization Reason used: described the lack of structure in a organization. “ad hoc” means for the particular end or case at More…

administaff

the staff who deals with the administration (in this case, of the golfcourse) It was kind of weird where I saw the context of this word. It was printed in huge letters over a building when More…

administrivia

Boring, often insignificant administrative duties that have to be carried out on the first day of class, in every class. These include discussing the class syllabus, grading policy, and More…

administrivia

a list of upcoming events along with other little things. Administrivia is a result of both clipping and compounding. Adminis- is clipped from administration, and trivia is just compounded More…

administrivia

tedious and mundane organizational and administrative tasks; mundane, repetitive busy work required for general record-keeping. Clever way to describe the menial tasks required for More…

Adoptation

("adopt" + "-ation") An adoption =This represents an interesting case in which a word that has a derived noun form goes through another event of derivation into a More…

adorabubble

Describing something that so absolutely adorable (see also: cutesy, fluffy, sweet, silly) that one cannot stop the feeling of extreme happiness/love/sappiness that bubbles up in your chest More…

adorapresh

(Blending of 'adorable' and 'precious', with clipping of the ending of 'precious') extremely cute and lovable =This term is used to describe something or More…

adorapresh (1)

(blending and clipping) Adorable, charming, lovely, and precious. Something held dear. Used mainly by high school girls to describe something they find cute. The blend combines adorable with More…

Adorbs

cute, whimsical, charming =Part of a cult of clippings and derivations popularized by celebrities, girl cliques, magazines, etc. The usage is mainly restricted to a certain type of person More…

adorbs

A synonym for “adorable.” Since adorable is a multisyllabic word, it has been shortened to “adorbs” for ease of speech. =“Those dogs were totes adorbs!” Etymology : A clipping of More…

adorbs (2)

(clipping) cute or charming =My roommates are so adorbs. Etymology : clipping of adorable + inflectional affix "s" =friend; October 2010

Adorbs (9)

Adorable =Simply an alternate way of saying adorable, adorbs is used primarily in either chatspeak or conversations already containing slang words. It’s known to be a very informal word More…

adorbz

new form of the word “adorable” to mean cute, petite, delightful, or charming. 2) when referred to a person, it can also mean childish or seen as a child in level of maturity or appearance More…

adorkable

Someone who is considered adorable because of an awkward, clumsy, or otherwise dorky characteristic. This word was created to combine the two concepts of dorky and adorable together to More…

adorkable

descriptive word for something that is both dorky and adorable. Oftentimes the adjective is used to describe something that is adorable because of its dorkiness. This word is on first More…

adorkable

an endearing term for having the characteristics of both adorable and dorky. The word is used to emphasize just how cute, adorable, yet dorky something is. It is used by people who tend to More…


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